Table of Contents for All Eight Volumes

We list the TOC of the whole eight volumes of the market research report here to provide an overall view about the scopes and accomplishments of this market investigation project.

China Market Investigation Reports

Volume Title (Number of Pages)

1. Project Overview, Findings, and Accomplishments (50)
2. Detailed City Reports
    (A) English section, 2 full reports and 9 summaries (79)
    (B) Chinese section, 10 full reports (100)
3. Central Government Laws, Policies and Regulations (253)
4. Local Government Policies and Regulations (120)
5. High-profile Training Companies in China (150)
6. Existing training operations in Guangzhou and Shanghai
    (A) Main section (110)
    (B) Oversize section (60)
7. Letters of Intent and Connection Name Lists (52)
8. Supplementary Materials (65)

Total pages 1039

Volume I: Project Overview, Findings, and Accomplishments

1 Executive Summary
2 Project Objectives
3 The Mission, Process and Methods of Investigation Findings
   3.1 Market Characteristics
   3.2 Answers to Phase I Specific Questions
   3.3 Choosing the OMS Pilot Sites
   3.4 Challenges and Strategic Opportunities
4. Major Accomplishments
   4.1 Summary of Accomplishments
   4.2 OMS Team Addition and Re-organization
   4.3 Intentions from Potential Cooperators
   4.4 Organizations Visited and People Interviewed
Appendixes
   A. Total Table of Contents for Eight Volumes
   B. Resumes of Added OMS Team Members

Volume II-A Detailed City Reports (English section, 2 full reports and 9 summaries)

I. Detail Report for City of Shanghai
  1 Summary
  2 City Profile
3 Case Analysis: Two Potential Co-op Joint Venture Partners
4 Case Analysis: Specialized Training in Banking & Investment
5 Case Analysis: Training in General Management
6 Case Analysis: Training in Professional Skills
7 Case Analysis: Training in English
8 Regulations and Labor Costs in Training Professions
9 Supplemental Data

II Detail Report for City of Guangzhou
1 Backgound Information of Adult Education and Vocational and Management Training in Guangzhou
   1.1 Guangzhou in brief
   1.2 Present situation of the education market
   1.3 Market potential of adult and vocational education/training
   1.4 Information on foreign-funded enterprises in Guangzhou
   1.5 General information on Guangzhou's economy and population
2 Analysis of Guangzhou's market demand for training in western management
   2.1 Demand for training in western management
3 Operation plan for proposed Guangzhou Training Center
   3.1 Operational requirement for the head office
   3.2 Operation plan of Guangzhou Training Center
4 Operation plan for distant vocational training system
   4.1 General structure for the operation of the project
   4.2 Design of courseware
   4.3 Workflow of running a courseware

III English Summaries for Other 9 Cities

Volume II-B Detailed City Reports (Chinese section, 10 full reports)

1 Guangzhou
2 Shenzhen
3 Hangzhou
4 Xi'an
5 Beijing
6 Tianjin
7 Harbin
8 Changsha
9 Kuming
10 Haikou

Volume III Central Government Laws, Policies and Regulations
Page
1 Regulations for Schooling by Non-governmental Resources
11 Explanation of "Regulations for Schooling by Non-governmental Resources"
134 State Education Commission's Opinion on Implementing "Regulations for Schooling by Non-governmental Resources"
141 PRC Bill of Education
155 PRC Bill of Voluntary Education
159 PRC Bill of Teachers
168 PRC Bill of Vocational Education
175 PRC Regulation of Teacher's Qualification
181 State Education Commission's Temporary Rules on Schooling by Non-governmental Resources
184 State Education Commission and Ministry of Finance Temporary Rules on Financial Management of Schooling by Non-government Resources
187 State Education Commission's Announcement about Not Issuing Certificates of Higher Education without Approval
188 State Education Commission and Ministry of Public Security Temporary Rules on Stamps of Schooling by Non-governmental Resources
191 State Education Commission Temporary Rules on Establishing Private Higher Educational Schools
198 State Education Commission Reply on the Names of Non-Degree Higher Educational Organization by Non-governmental Resources
200 State Education Commission Office Announcement on the Issue of Private School's Public Financing
202 Opinions on Assisting Self-taught Higher Education Degree Examination
207 State Education Commission Announcement on Enhancement of Administration on Schooling by Non-governmental Resources
212 Financial and Accounting Regulation for Higher-Education Schools
225 Financial and Accounting Regulation for Middle and Primary Schools
237 State Education Commission's Principle Opinion on Regulating Current Schooling for Voluntary Education
243 State Education Commission and Ministry of Labor Announcement on the Issues of Permit of Schooling by Non-governmental Resources
245 State Education Commission Regulation on Cooperative Schooling with Foreign Organizations
250 Temporary Administrative Rules on Examinations Offered Cooperatively with Foreign Organizations

Volume IV Local Government Policies and Regulations

Economics and Trading Commission
* State Economics and Trading Commission's Outline of Training Enterprise Managers
* Deputy Minister Zheng Silin's Speech on State Enterprise Manager Training
* China Enterprise Association on Current Training Issues

Guaugzhou
* Guangdong Bureau of Education's Announcement about Don't Use Names of "Noble School"
* Guangdong Bureau of Education Announcement on Private School's Approval and Administration
* Memo of Guangdong Meeting for Schooling by Non-Governmental Resources
* Application for Permit of Schooling by Non-Governmental Resources
* Guangdong Bureau of Education's Announcement on Issues of Schooling by Non-Governmental Resources
* Guangdong Bureau of Education's Announcement on Administration of Advertisement of Schooling by Non-Governmental Resources
* Guangdong Bureau of Education's Announcement on Investigation on High-Priced Schools by Non-Governmental Resources
* Guangdong Bureau of Education on Applying State Education Commission's Regulation of Schooling by Non-Governmental Resources
* Announcement About Enhancement of Party Organization in Schools by Non-Governmental Resources
* Guangzhou Municipal Regulation on Schooling by Non-Governmental Resources
* Guangdong Bureau of Labor's Regulation on Vocational Training by Non-Governmental Resources
* Guangzhou Bureau of Labor's Application Procedure for Vocational Training Institutions
* Guangdong Bureau of Education's Application Procedure for Professional Colleges
* Guangzhou Municipal Regulation on Application Procedure for Foreign Investment Businesses.

Shenzhen:
* Shenzhen Special Economic Zone Regulation on Adult Education/Training
Shanghai:
* Shanghai Municipal Regulation on Cooperative Schooling by Foreign Organizations or Individuals
* Shanghai Municipal Regulation on Personnel Administration for International Cooperative Schooling
* Shanghai Municipal Regulation on Tuition Administration for International Cooperative Schooling.

Volume V High-profile Training Companies in China

1. Armstrong University
2. Arthur Andersen
3. Asia Pacific Access
4. Asia Pacific Management Institute
5. Asia Training Services Ltd.
6. Asian Relocation Management (ARM)
7. Beijing 21st Century English Training Center
8. The Bell Language Schools
9. Boston City Campus Asia
10. Burson-Marsteller
11. Center for Business Skills Development ĘC Thunderbird (CBSD)
12. Chainshine Consulting Limited
13. China Europe International Business School (CEIBS)
14. China USA Business University (CUBU)
15. Chubb School of Insurance
16. CIBT School of Business
17. Communication Consulting Ltd.
18. DANJACO Consulting & Training Co. Ltd.
19. DDI Asia/Pacific International, Ltd.
20. Dun & Bradstreet China
21. Educational Film Services (EFS)
22. Elite Human Resource Co. Ltd.
23. Enterprise Management Symposium (EMS)
24. ExecuTrain of China
25. First Priority Consulting
26. Franklin Covey Company
27. GM Poertrain-Jiaotong Technology Institute
28. Hewitt Associates LLC
29. The Hudson Institute
30. Human Resource Consulting Services
31. INFORMATICS College Shanghai
32. ISU-CIPG Center for Corporate Training & Consulting
33. I Will Not Complain
34. Karass Europe Limited
35. Key Consulting Corp.
36. Management Technologies International, Inc.
37. Mercuri International
38. Michael Cheung & Associates
39. Motorola University
40. Nicholson International
41. Nova Southeastern University, School of Business & Entrepreneurship
42. Option Consultants International Ltd.
43. PDI Global Research Consortia
44. Pinnacle Associates Asia Pacific (PAAP)
45. Raise-Win Management Consulting Co. Ltd.
46. Robert's Education and Consulting Services (REC)
47. Rutgers EMBA Program Beijing
48. Salzer John Lynton Asia Pacific Ltd.
49. Service Quality Center
50. Shanghai CIIC International Training Center
51. Siemens Management Institute (SMI)
52. Skill & Will Ltd.
53. Skills Development Center Ptd Ltd. (SDC)
54. Strategic Leadership Center
55. Strategic Sales Partners
56. Synergy Consulting Group
57. ThinkWOW
58. Thunderbird
59. Top Human Technology Inc.
60. Transtech Consulting Group
61. TTA Technology Training Associates Ltd.
62. Universal Ideas Management Training Consultants
63. University of Michigan Business School Asia Office
64. Western Management Institute of Beijing
65. William M. Mercer Ltd.
66. Wilson Learning China Limited
67. Worldlink Education
Additional Contact List of Training Providers Operating in the PRC
Chinese Universities Approved to Confer MBA Degrees

Volume VI Existing training operations in Guangzhou and Shanghai (A) Main section

Section One Baiyun Vocational Training School
Section Two Alcanta International Business Training Center
Section Three Collection of Newspaper Clips (Guangzhou)
Section Four Collection of Training Market Information (Shanghai)
Section Five Shanghai High-profile Training Institutions
Volume VI Existing training operations in Guangzhou and Shanghai (B) Oversize section

Section One Nine Adult Formal Education Institutions
Section Two Seventeen Vocational Training Institutions
Section Three Reports on Shanghai Private Training Institutions

Volume VII Letters of Intent and Connection Name Lists

Letters of Intent
1 The Bank of China, Software Center
2. Yunnan King Model Tobacco Telecom Co. Ltd
3. Shenzhen Adult Education Center
4. Heilongjiang University of Commerce
5. Kunming Newminds Co
6. Shanghai Industrial Management Training Center
7. Hainan Provincial Association for Promotion of Cultural Exchange
8. Maryland Business Center China

Name list of China Enterprise Association, Committee of Enterprise Training
Name list of China Enterprise Association, Contact persons for Training
Contact list of Government Approved Oversea Training Companies

Volume VIII Supplementary Materials

This volume contains a collection of materials useful for OMS operation that do not belong to previous 7 volumes.

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